Md. Zahid Hasan is a BCS Cadre officer, the author of the book ‘THE CADRE’ and the founder-writer of BCSExam.com .
He joined Bangladesh Civil Service under Education Cadre in 2011 through 29th BCS exam. He started writing on the tricks and tips of BCS exam preparation being requested by his senior students. He is an ardent researcher and experimenter on BCS exam preparation.
If you’re serious about becoming a BCS cadre officer, then you should follow his tips on this blog. He will show you how you can knock the monster like BCS Exam down tactfully and easily.
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It’s My Life!
Do you want to have a glimpse of my bizarre life-story?
If you’re interested, please, be informed that I was born in a beautiful village in Cumilla and my fore-fathers migrated to Bangladesh from the bordering district of Udoypur, India during Hindu-Muslim riot back in 1963. My grand-father was born in Bangladesh and my grand-mother was born in India, around 30 miles away from my grand-father’s home. Both were under the then Tripura district (before the separation of India and Pakistan).
My fore-fathers’ origins help me foster a cosmopolitan bent of mind in me.
I Pursue A Different Life-Style!
Since my childhood I’ve been conducting experiments in my life!
It’s me only who dared study Higher Math in my class though I sat for in-school SSC test with ‘Accounting’ taking special permission from the Headmaster and switched to Higher Math in the Board exam!
I failed to get myself admitted in a medical college and my life got messed up after that. Though I was in the merit-list (Unit-D) in Dhaka Varsity admission test, I was least interested to study a subject like Islamic History!!
Finally, I graduated in English being pushed up by my friends, overcoming a few hiccups in between the academic years!
I thought I would be happy with a corporate job and a corporate life-style.
I joined a telephone company and soon found the extremely tiresome corporate life unfit for me. I left the company just after one month of my joining.
One day, I noticed an ad seeking a Lecturer of English for Jalalabad Cantonment Public College, Sylhet. Though there was a single vacant post, I applied for that seeing the opportunity to visit Sylhet for the first time in my life. I had spent all the money I had with me lavishly before the day of written exam.
Eventually I stood first in that exam and joined the college on 7 January, 2007 and continued till July, 2011.
I joined Bangladesh Civil Service as a Lecturer under BCS Education Cadre. I enjoy my present job much as I feel my works are comfortable and dignified here. I’ve ample time and vacation with regular intervals in this profession to visit my favorite places and read my favorite books and blogs. Now I use to pass my time with my 25 thousands students (from HSC to Masters) of Comilla Victoria Govt. College.
Yes, it’s a blissful profession.
Though I was allergic to marriage at the beginning of my youth, I am blessed with my married life I started in December, 2013. An old man with a late-marriage indeed!! My wife graduated from Dhaka University and she is a Sonali-Banker!
Alhamdulillah, we’re blessed with a son.
A Different Me!
I use to join lots of fun-making events ventured by me or my friends in the town. I’ve some angel-like friends famous for venturing life regularly in utter creativity. We cook together, shout together and travel together frequently. We arrange barbecue and bridge parties round the year and a ‘Moon-Fest’ annually.
My Mission with this Blog!
My mission with my blog-site www.BCSexam.com is to help the busy service-holders, first time candidates or unsuccessful candidates overcome the obstacles of BCS exam easily, quickly and successfully.
I was declared qualified for Bangladesh Civil Service two times and have experimented a lot on BCS exam preparation to give you some valuable and effective tips. If you’ve been nourishing a dream to be a BCS Cadre officer, you should visit this website to follow my researched pieces of advice and tips.